The Seminar agenda will include invited plenary lectures, oral presentations of the peer-reviewed papers, and a poster session. An extensive and flexible social program will provide exciting opportunities to enjoy the fascinating city of Saint-Petersburg for participants and accompanying persons.
Full papers and work-in-progress posters are invited.
Detailed instructions will be provided soon.
Awards will be granted for the best papers and posters presented by students and young researchers.
- Combustion fundamentals of fires and explosions
- Gas and dust explosions
- Deflagration, DDT, detonation and their mitigation
- Hydrogen safety
- Industrial risk and sustainability
- Material flammability and flame retardancy
- Fire suppression systems
- Combustion in microgravity
- Fire modeling and computer codes
- Critical and transient combustion phenomena (ignition, extinction, flame spread)
- Industry-specific fire research: aerospace, oil and gas, nuclear, process industry
- Wildland fires
- Fire toxicity and pollutants
Mikhail Tyurin, Cosmonaut Training Center
Geoffrey Chamberlain, Waverton Consultancy Ltd. / University of Loughborough
Brian Lattimer, JENSEN HUGHES,
Kevin McGrattan, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Karl Meredirth, FM Global
Christophe Proust, INERIS